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University of Kansas, Kansas City, KS
Doctoral Candidate—PhD(c), proposal successfully defended in December, 2013 Dissertation Topic: “LEVELING “CORE COMPETENCIES FOR INTERPROFESSIONAL COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE” FOR LEARNERS”
Minor in Health Professions Education
University of Missouri-Kansas City, Kansas City, MO
Bi-State Nurse-Midwifery Education Program, University of Kansas/University of Missouri- Kansas City
Masters’ of Science in Nursing and Certificate in Nurse-Midwifery Date of Graduation: August 1, 2004
Truman State University, Kirksville, MO (formerly Northeast Missouri State University) Bachelor of Science in Nursing; Minor in Health Education
Date of Graduation: May 9, 1998
Magna Cum Laude with Departmental Honors LICENSURES/CERTIFICATIONS
Certified Nurse-Midwife, American College of Nurse-Midwives Certification Council Certified Nurse Midwife, Recognition, Missouri State Board of Nursing
Advanced Practice Registered Nurse, Nurse Midwife, Kansas State Board of Nursing
Fetal Heart Monitoring Principles and Practices, Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses
Neonatal Resuscitation Program, American Heart Association/American Academy of Pediatrics Childbirth Educator, Academy of Certified Birth Educators, Certified in 1999
Program Director-Nurse-Midwifery Education Program, University of Kansas, Kansas City, KS (May 2009-present)
• Implements and evaluates graduate nurse-midwifery program curriculum.
• Collaborates with other Program Directors and Associate Dean in strategic planning, annual budgeting and fiscal monitoring, developing and implementing program initiatives, and evaluation of quality for academic affairs.
• Assists in marketing and image-building of the School of Nursing and the Nurse-Midwifery Education Program to internal and external constituencies.
Clinical Instructor, University of Missouri-Kansas City, Kansas City, MO (June 2008-May 2009) • Instructed undergraduate and graduate level nursing students in obstetrics,
women’s health and neonatal nursing.
• Evaluated students, clinical sites, and learning opportunities for effectiveness and appropriateness to undergraduate and graduate educational programs.
• Served as a clinical coordinator for undergraduate course in obstetrics.
Certified Nurse-Midwife, Women’s Care, PA, Shawnee Mission, KS (June 2005-August 2008) • Offered full-scope midwifery services to a broad range of women, including:
adolescent care, family planning, gynecological care, menopause counseling, and antepartum/intrapartum care.
• Performed duties expected of a midwife as part of a group practice of health care professionals, including: performing rounds on hospital patients, assisting with cesarean section deliveries, helping with office procedures and supporting physicians.
• Acted as liaison to tertiary care facility with duties including: staff education, facilitating role of nurse-midwife, active involvement on medical staff committees. Registered Nurse: Obstetrics/Gynecology, Independence Regional Health Center/Medical Center of Independence, Independence, MO (May 1998-June 2005)
• Provided specialized quality nursing care to clients in Labor/Delivery, Postpartum, Nursery, and Gynecological Units.
• Worked effectively as a team member to provide holistic care to clients and their families.
Clinical Instructor, University of Missouri-Kansas City at Medical Center of Independence, Independence, MO (Fall 2003-Spring 2005)
• Facilitated introduction of junior-level baccalaureate nursing students to obstetrics, women’s health, and newborn nursing.
• Served as staff-student liaison and resource for clinical placements and educational opportunities.
Clinical Preceptor, Medical Center of Independence, Independence, MO (Spring 2003)
• Assisted senior nursing student in utilization/validation of nursing skills in obstetrics. • Supported senior nursing student in role transition of student to Registered Nurse Nurse Tech/Student Nurse, Liberty Hospital, Liberty, MO (June 1997-January 1998)
• Provided individualized patient care in acute care settings (Ortho/Neuro, Telemetry, Medical, Surgical, Oncology, ICU/PCU).
• Enhanced basic nursing skills. CLINICAL ACTIVITIES
Maternal Options that Matter, Kansas City, KS
• Clinical Provider, Certified Nurse-Midwife (January 2013-present)
• Faculty in Interprofessional Teaching Clinic with Family Medicine Residency and Nurse-Midwifery Education Program
Department of OB/GYN, University of Kansas Hospital, Kansas City, KS • Certified Nurse-Midwife
• Manage triage and labor/delivery unit with nurse-midwifery learners and Family Medicine/Emergency Department residents
JayDoc Prenatal Clinic, Kansas City, KS
• Clinical Provider/”Attending”, Certified Nurse-Midwife (May 2009-current) • Kansas Department of Health and Environment, Charitable Provider Kansas City Free Health Clinic, Kansas City, MO
• Clinical Provider, Certified Nurse-Midwife (July 2009-December 2012) LEADERSHIP
University of Kansas, Nurse-Midwifery Education Program • Clinical Preceptor (2007-2008)
• Guest Lecturer (2008)
American College of Nurse Midwives (ACNM)
• Kansas State Affiliate Chairperson (2009-2010) • Metropolitan Chapter Chairperson (2005-2009) • Chapter Legislative Chairperson (2004-2005) • Chapter Secretary (2004-2005)
• Conference Planning Committee (2004-2008), Chairperson (2006-2008) Kansas State Nurses’ Association APRN Task Force (2009-current)
Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) Maternal/Child Health, Panel of Experts (2009 – 2010)
Maison de Naissance “Birthing Home” in Haiti • Board of Directors (2011-2014)
• Board of Directors Vice-President (2012-2013)
Title X National Clinical Conference, Planning Committee (2009-2010)
Women’s Health Care Symposium, UMKC, Planning Committee (2008-current)
Non-pharmacologic Labor Management Conference, UMKC/North Kansas City Hospital, Planning Committee (2011)
March of Dimes
• Walk America (2005-2009)
• Prematurity Call to Action (2009-present) Shawnee Mission Medical Center
• Certified Nurse-Midwife/Staff Liaison (2006-2008) • Perinatal Safety Committee (2006-2008)
Medical Center of Independence Obstetrics Department Committees • Domestic Violence Task Force
• LDR Transition Team-Leader PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
American College of Nurse Midwives (ACNM) Directors of Midwifery Education
Southwest Area Educators in Midwifery Society of Simulation in Health Care (SSIH) Kansas Perinatal Association
4 Sigma Theta Tau International
Phi Kappa Phi (Lifetime member) HONORS/AWARDS
Outstanding Women’s Health Provider, JayDoc Free Clinic (2014) Faculty Scholar, University of Kansas School of Nursing
Diamond Award Recipient, Medical Center of Independence Sigma Theta Tau
• Inducted Spring 2002, Lambda Phi Chapter • Converted membership to Delta Chapter (2010) Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society, Lifetime Member
• Inducted Spring 1998
Truman State University Nursing Honor Society/Sigma Theta Tau, Rho Omega Chapter • Charter Member, Inducted Spring 1999
Cardinal Key National Honor Society • Inducted Spring 1997
Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, Undergraduate Truman State University Outstanding Student in Nursing (1998)
Dean’s List, Truman State University, 9 of 10 semesters PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS
Busenhart, C. (September 2014). Leveling the IPEC Competencies: A Blueprint for Planning Interprofessional Education. Healthcare Simulation Conference. Overland Park, KS. Meyer, M., & Busenhart, C. (September 2014). The Opportunity to Act Like a Nurse: A
Qualitative Analysis of Perceived Impact of Simulation on Professional Role Transition. Healthcare Simulation Conference. Overland Park, KS.
Busenhart, C., Johnston, K., & Bhattacharya, S. (June 2014). Team-Based Learning: Collaboration and Teamwork to Increase Knowledge for Geriatric Practice. All Together Better Health VII. Pittsburgh, PA.
Bhattacharya, S., Jernigan, S., Ebbert, D., Turner, T., Johnston, K., & Busenhart, C. (June 2014). Incorporating Interprofessional Education from Academia to Practice. All Together Better Health VII. Pittsburgh, PA.
Willmarth, M., Lassiter, N., et al. (May 2014). ACNM Certification Review: Two Day Approach. American College of Nurse-Midwives Annual Meeting. Denver, CO.
Waugh, S., Busenhart, C., Meyer, M., Groller, K., & Myers, S. (2014, April). Recently Graduated Registered Nurses’ Perceptions of Simulation as a Learning Experience: Qualitative Analysis of ‘Acting Like a Nurse’. Presented at Student Research Forum, University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, KS.
Busenhart, C. (2014). Women’s Health and Gynecology Review (online review course for nurse- midwifery certification prep course). Available through the American College of Nurse- Midwives.
Busenhart, C., Waugh, S., Meyer, M., Groller, K., Myers, S., & Stegenga, K. (2014, February). The Opportunity to Act Like a Nurse: A Qualitative Analysis of Perceived Impact of Simulation on Professional Role Transition. Presented at Kansas Graduate Day at the Legislature, Topeka, KS.
Groller, K., Meyer, M., Myers, S., Busenhart, C., Waugh, S., & Stegenga, K. (2014, January). The Opportunity to Act like a Nurse: A Qualitative Analysis of Perceived Impact of Simulation on Professional Role Transition. Presented at International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, San Francisco, CA.
Peltzer, J., & Busenhart, C. (2013, October). Kansas Action Coalition: An Overview. Kansas Nurses Association Membership Assembly: Nurses Delivering Quality and Innovation in Patient Care. Manhattan, KS.
Busenhart, C., & Roche, A. (2013, October). Delivering OB Content in a Concept-Based
Curriculum. Presented to the Professional Nurse Educators Group Conference, Kansas City, MO.
Busenhart, C. (2013, July). Special Considerations in Managing Hypertension in Perinatal Women. Maternal/Child Health Coalition Conference. Kansas City, MO.
Busenhart, C. (2013, June). Women’s health and gynecology review: Case studies. Presented to the American College of Nurse-Midwives 58th Annual Meeting and Exposition,
Certification Exam Prep Workshop, Nashville, TN.
Busenhart, C., & Begleiter, M. (2013, March). Prenatal Screening and Interpretation Workshop. 38th Annual Women’s Health Care Symposium, Overland Park, KS.
Busenhart, C. (2012, May). Women’s health and gynecology review. Presented to the American College of Nurse-Midwives 57th Annual Meeting and Exposition, Certification Exam Prep Workshop, Long Beach, CA. (presented by co-faculty, written and prepared by the author).
Jernigan, S., Barenclau, S., Busenhart, C., Dugan, J., Johnston, K., & Swagerty, D. (2012, April). Interprofessional Education 2012: Teaming Up for Effective Healthcare Communication. Kansas City, KS: University of Kansas Medical Center.
Busenhart, C. (2011, September). STDs and STIs: What is the difference? Presented to the Dramatic AIDS Education Project Train the Trainer Session, Kansas City, MO.
Zamierowski, D., Dugan, J., Jernigan, S., Godfrey, N., Busenhart, C., & Barenclau, S. (2011, June). A high-risk simulation in discharge planning: When everything seems to be going
wrong/nobody seems to be listening. Presented to KUMC Interprofessional Health Science Education Retreat, Excelsior Springs, MO.
Busenhart, C. (2011, November). Hydrotherapy in labor. Presented at “Nonpharmacologic Labor Support Conference”, North Kansas City, MO.
Busenhart, C. (2010, October). Electronic student clinical tracking. Presented to the Directors of Midwifery Education Fall Meeting, Nashville, TN.
Busenhart, C. and Doughty, T. (2010, October). Analyzing the results of your multiple-choice test. Presented to University of Kansas Medical Center faculty and staff, “Scholarship of Teaching” series, Kansas City, KS.
Busenhart, C. (2010, September). The science of writing effective multiple-choice questions. Presented to University of Kansas Medical Center faculty and staff, “Scholarship of Teaching” series, Kansas City, KS.
Fletcher, K., Meyer, M., Busenhart, C., Kumm, S., & Long, K. (2010, August). Introducing
multidisciplinary communication skills via simulation scenarios. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Teaching Summit.
Busenhart, C. (2007, April and 2007, September). Postpartum preeclampsia. Presented to Shawnee Mission Medical Center Continuing Education Day, Shawnee Mission, KS, submitted for KS CE for RN licensure.
Busenhart, C. (2006, June). Benchmarking: How does your practice measure up? Presented to American College of Nurse-Midwives Chapter V-18, Kansas City, KS, submitted for KS CE for RN licensure.
Busenhart, C., and Breedlove, G. (2005, March). Screening and detection of ovarian cancer. Presented to 10th Annual Midwife Means With Woman Conference, Kansas City, MO. PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS
Meyer, M., Groller, K., Myers, S., Busenhart, C., Waugh, S., & Stegenga, K. (2014). Simulation as a learning experience: Perceptions of new Registered Nurses. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, in press. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecns.2014.03.002
Willmarth, M., Busenhart, C., Lange-Kessler, J., Morgan, A., & Rouhana, N. (2013) ACNM Exam Prep Workbook. Silver Spring: American College of Nurse-Midwives.
Willmarth, M, Busenhart, C., Lange-Kessler, J., Morgan, A., & Rouhana, N. (2012) ACNM Exam Prep Workbook. Silver Spring: American College of Nurse Midwives. (Family planning & gynecology (Chapter 6) and Neonatal care (Chapter 5)).
Busenhart, C. (2010). Reproductive pharmacology (chapter 6) in Rx for NCLEX Success: Pharmacology. Indianapolis, IN: The College Network.
Breedlove, G. & Busenhart, C. (2005). Screening and detection of ovarian cancer. Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health,50(1), 51-54.